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. first from fox at 3:00, former presidential candidate john edwards facing criminal charges, now, and, in fact, up to five years behind bars in convicted foralliedly using campaign cash to cover up an affair and a love child all the while his wife was sick with cancer. a federal grand jury indicting him. it comes after more than a two-year investigation in whether the north carolina democrat used political donations to hide his mistress from the media. john edwards was married and in the middle of a presidential campaign, his second, when he and miss hunter had a child in 2008. john edwards initially denies the affair. >> there is an article coming out saying you have a love child. do you have a response? >> tabloid trash. false. >> he did not just lie to reporters but he used political donations to try to keep the thing quiet. the attorney says john edwards will plead not guilty. senior national correspondent john roberts is live in north carolina. john, what is happening today in court? >>reporter: afternoon, an initial appearance at firm courthouse in north carolina and we expect j
phillips. >>> john edwards, a last-minute plea deal, a grand jury investigating whether he used campaign money to cover up an extramarital affair. >>> three people in the united states are hospitalized with a deadly new strain of e-coli that has europe on edge. all three had recently visited germany. the same strain has killed at least 16 people in europe. >>> minutes ago, we learned that jack kevorkian, the so-called doctor of death has died. the michigan pathologist openly assisted terminally ill patients to commit suicide. it fueled a national debate. >>> more evidence that the recovery and the economy is losing steam. we learned the economy added just 54,000 jobs in may. that's just awful. it is a breathtaking drop from the month before when 232,000 jobs were created. as with all things, business, the numbers tell only part of the story. ali velshi in new york, with a closer look. hi, ali. >> i'm an optimistic guy. i usually try to find the good part of these things. we create jobs instead of losing them. more jobs are created in the private sector than in the government. these are t
to hide john edwards' secret baby. not on purpose, of course, and no fault of the people who i'm sure are very nice folks over there at listerine. but the heir to the listerine and chap stick and robe thank you sin fortune is listed as person c in the john edwards' indictment today. 100-year-old rachel bunny mellon. zillionaire. last time john edwards was running for the presidential election and senator edwards was attacked for having expensive haircuts. a rival campaign tipped reporters to the fact that mr. edwards had had two $400 haircuts charged to his campaign as campaign expenses. that's the kind of story in an election year like sarah palin's designer outfits or george h.w. bush not knowing what a bar code scanner was at a grocery store. or barack obama being bad at bowling. the john edwards haircut story in 2007 was the story that splits the world in two. you're the kind of person who loves stories like that or that's the kind of story that makes you want to give up american politics forever and like, move to a small hard to spell landlocked country where you can become a lib
't see his daughter. and it is funny, you know, i have covered john edwards for a long time, and i have to tell you that it looked like the exact same john ed warwards not hair out of place. i have known his lawyer for a long time and been around town for about 15 years. he looks like he has aged immensely and has gray hair, but for some reason john edwards looks like the guy running around the 2008 campaign, and his lawyer entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf on all six charges. edwards had to answer a few questions from the court, and mostly about setting bail. and it appeared as i walked out of the courtroom to call you, brooke, that the judge was about to impose one sort of unique condition, i think, beyond the things like, we are going to take your passport away for a while and tell you not the leave the country, but there was one unique condition that he imposed and that was that john edwards should stay away from rachel bunny melon who is the philanthropist from virginia who has apparently allegedly or apparently on the record delivered, you know, hundreds of thousands of d
.vitac.com >>> i want to begin this hour with dramatic developments against john edwards who once had his sights on the white house. he is inside of the courthouse in winston salem courthouse. and you can see it in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, but we are expecting john edwards along with the defense attorney to walk in front of a crowd of reporters, and we will bring it to you live as soon as we see it, but i know that my pal, joe johns, has been out there off and on covering the story, and he has literally walked outside of the courtroom. joe, first, talk me through what you have just experienced inside of the courtroom. you saw edwards, himself, in front of the magistrate, and how did he appear and what did he say? did you see his daughter with him as well? >> i didn't see his daughter. and it is funny, you know, i have covered john edwards for a long time, and i have to tell you that it looked like the exact same john ed warwards not hair out of place. i have known his lawyer for a long time and been around town for about 15 years. he looks like he has aged immensely and has gr
. doesn't come back up. we will have the latest on the efforts to find him. >>> and john edwards says he made some mistakes but didn't break any campaign finance laws. tonight we examine the indictment handed down against the former presidential candidate. good evening. >> we begin with the developing story in montgomery county. tonight a teenager presumed dead after he went missing in a reservoir along the montgomery county, howard county line. fire officials say he and two other teens were walking along the res inventory the reservoir. the identity of the teen has not been released. >>> now to an unthinkable crime in prince george's county. the victim a mother and her child. the suspect a dc police officer. the 20-year-old woman was found dead last night in a park in maryland. her 1-year-old daughter's body was discovered in a car about a mile away. tonight the child's father dc police officer richmond phillips sits in a jail cell as the victims' family and friends try to cope with the tragic chain of events. we go live to prince george's county. >> reporter: tonight a very emotional
john edwards after a grand jury hits him with six criminal counts. >> i did not break the law. >> now, is edwards headed to prison? we've got the inside story of how a one-time presidential running mate may end uppen inmate. >>> recession pizza. it might seem like the pie is shrinking, but as more and more americans face hard times, there's one inexpensive dinner solution. we break down pizza-nomics, at 99 cents a mouth watering slice. >>> and stumds on strings. two brothers bring their brand of classical music to the u.s. ♪ and get a rock star welcome. sexy baroque is tonight's "sign of the times.". >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," june 3rd, 2011. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. it's an old truth in american politics. it's never the crime, it's the cover-up. an arrest warrant was issued today for former presidential candidate john edwards, after his indictment on criminal charges. and while edwards has been convicted of no crime and might never be, these charges could carry
, and violent protests. and a humanitarian crisis in the making and john edwards today indicted by a grand jury. jeffrey toobin joins me. is this an american tragedy? >>> then the presidential pope, ralph reed hosts a college of evangelicals and every republican hopeful will be there to kiss his ring. who will get his blessing? >> now to the jobless number, any way you look at them, they're not pretty help how will the white house respond and what will the recovery really look like? joining us from the white house is the money man, austin goolsbee. austen, thanks for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me again, eliot. >> i know the president was out there again saying this was a bump in the road. i don't want to be too harsh, but it seems like more than a bump in the road. it seems like there's an argument that we're dipping into a double-dip recession. what will change in the near-term to bring job creation back? >> well, hold on. i don't think, you know, the one month is not a trend. one month ago we came in 100,000 above expectations and if you remember, i said don't ever make too much
, john edwards, says he broke no laws and will fight the charges against him vigorously. so, the question this morning, can the government prove he used campaign funds illegally to take care of his mistress? we have the latest. >>> double-dip. new fears this morning that the economy is sliding backwards. unemployment is up. the stock market is back. are we heading towards a double-dip recession? >>> the jailhouse tapes. it's the video that captivated the jury. why is casey anthony laughing in these jailhouse conversations? her strange and perplexing behavior behind bars, all caught on tape. >>> and "operation cupcake." these are the tasty, top-secret cupcakes that may helped thwart a terror attack. are these women the james bond of baking? >>> i love the story about the bakery. two sisters innocently running a bakery in ohio. all of a sudden, they get roped into an international spy caper. >> amazing story. i love it. can't wait to get into that later in the show. >>> and we have a much less amusing story about our food supply this morning. the deadliest outbreak of e. coli ever. it start
presidential candidate john edwards indicted on criminal charges for allegedly funneling campaign cash to his mistress and then lying about it. will he face jail time? >> our task hasn't just been to recover from the recession. our task has been to rebuild the future. >> another disastrous week for the u.s. economy. president obama is struggling to defend his policies but are the american people buying it? >> can someone let me -- come on! >> geraldo rivera will be here with the latest from the casey anthony murder trial. >> i can't even swallow right now it hurts. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> juan: hi, i'm juan williams in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. former democratic presidential candidate john edwards faces up to 30 years in prison tonight. he was indicted today by a federal grand jury in north carolina on charges that he violated campaign finance laws. this was in connection with whether he used campaign cash to cover up an affair with rielle hunter, the staff he had a love child with while his life was sufferi
in this story. >>> decision day for former president to candidate john edwards. a federal grand jury has indicted him on criminal charges connected with misusing campaign funds. >> it is a stunning fall from grace, john edwards, a two-time president joe kennedy, vice presidential nominee, and now indicted on criminal charges. it is the culmination of a two- year federal investigation as to whether hundreds of thousands of dollars were illegally used to cover up his affair with his mistress. a edwards attorneys argue that the money was gifts from fans of the former senator who voted to keep the affair is secret. in an exclusive interview with abc news nightline edwards finally admitted he had had an affair but denied he was the father of her child. >> a report has been published that the baby is your baby. true or not true? what's not true. >> he also claims he had no idea to keep hunter out of the public eye. >> i had nothing to do with the money being paid. if someone was being paid, it was not being paid on my behalf. >> soon the allies began to unravel. -- the lies began to unravel. y
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and john edwards today indicted by a grand jury. jeffrey toobin joins me. is this an american tragedy? >>> then the presidential pope, ralph reed hosts a college of evangelicals and every republican hopeful will be there to kiss his ring. who will get his blessing? >> now to the jobless number, any way you look at them, they're not pretty help how will the white house respond and what will the recovery really look like? joining us from the white house is the money man, austin goolsbee. austen, thanks for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me again, eliot. >> i know the president was out there again saying this was a bump in the road. i don't want to beharsh, but it seems like more than a bump in the road. it seems like there's an argument that we're dipping into a double-dip recession. what will change in the near-term to bring job creation back? >> well, hold on. i don't think, you know, the one month is not a trend. one month ago we came in 100,000 above expectations and if you remember, i said don't ever make too much out of any one-month report. this month we're 100,000 or s
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a little bit on the john edwards' story. all right. i don't know what to do anymore. it's killing me. so remember this guy? he lost the presidency. he lost the vice presidency. he went on television, lied about having an affair, and he went on television and admitted the affair but lied about having a baby with the affair. you know, it seemed like john edwards had it all. that doesn't seem right. can we scroll the prompter. ah! thank you. it seemed like john edwards couldn't sink any lower. thank you. my fault. well, guess what. >> an arrest warrant was issued today for former presidential candidate john edwards after his indictment on criminal charges. >> jon: apparently he's going to jail on charges of grand larceny because that beautiful head of hair just stole my heart. so what happened? well, edwards is being accused of illegally... (laughing) really? ( cheers and applause ) we did that as an afterthought. now you're just being sarcastic. edwards is being accused of illegally using nearly a million dollars in campaign funds to keep his miss stress out of the public eye. it turns ou
. good evening, everyone. tonight, we begin with breaking news about john edwards. there are reports that the former presidential candidate is likely to be indicted tomorrow on criminal charges. the other possible scenario, edwards and the justice department will agree on some sort of a plea deal. the charges stem from money given to his mistress, rielle hunter, who became pregnant with his child. prosecutors have cob tended the money, which came from two of his political backers, should have been considered campaign donations and therefore reported. edwards' lawyers say it was gifts from old friends intended to keep the affair street from elizabeth edwards who died back in december. first, joe johns lays out how all of this mess began. >> reporter: john edwards, the politician. remember him? >> we have much work to do. because the truth is, we still live in a country where there are two different americas. >> reporter: as it turned out, mr. two americas had two very different faces himself. people close to him said it was the face of betrayal. betrayal of the people closest to him.
department made the right decision in choosing to prosecute john edward for violations of federal campaign finance law and why the judge should not give him prison time if he's convicted. [ alan ] admit it, brenda. oh, c'mon, alan, i said it was great. you said i couldn't make it as easy to manage a claim online as it is on the phone, and i did. i programmed maps of local repair shops, schedule an inspection online. i win the bet, so say it. alan's a technical genius. mmm, what was that? [ alan ] my new ring tone. alan's a technical genius. yes! mm hmm, mm hmm... techies in the hooouse. raise the roof 1999. [ female announcer ] making car repairs easy. see for yourself at esurance. technology when you want it. people when you don't. >>> coming up, more breaking news coverage of congressman anthony wiener's news conference this afternoon and what impact it will have on his political future. >>> also, the media circus here in new york city today which included congressman wiener's apology to andrew breitbart of all people. and, questions fired from the howard stern gang. >>> and later, sarah
side effects. >>> the indictment, the case against john edwards. tonight, what those close to elizabeth edwards have to say. >>> outbreak. on the front lines of the battle against the deadly and spreading e. coli crisis. >>> murder trial. what jailhouse tapes reveal about the woman accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter. >>> and gift of life. one child conceived to save her older sister. an update on their story 20 older sister. an update on their story 20 years later. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. we start tonight with new hope for millions of women considered at high risk of developing breast cancer. researchers in chicago announced today that a drug used to prevent recurrents of the disease has now been shown to prevent breast cancer in the first place. researchers say exemestane cut the risk of developing breast cancer among that high-risk population by more than half. a major study of the drug involved more than 4500 women. all were postmenopausal and had at least one risk factor from family history to a prior breast abnormality. in addition to
ground. there are always bumps on the road to recovery. >> john edwards could have been president. instead he's indicted. >> conspiracy, receiving illegal campaign contributions and making falls statements while covering up his affair during the 2008 campaign. >> this is an unprecedented prosecution. i did not break the law. >> the government say there's a first time for everything. and they believe that this fits. >> it's yet another huge embarrassment for a man who suffered so many huge embarrassmen embarrassments. >> sarah palin's family vacation ends. >> on mitt romney's big announcement day the lead story in the newscast was sarah palin's here. she scotched on mitt romney's big day. >> at some point does he have to stand up to palin? >> we'll talk to two of the journalists who went along for the ride. >> this is a bus that bret mike else said quote, was a big much. >> check out the rest of the late night funnies. >> he who warned the british by taking away our arms by ringing the bells making sure he's riding his horse through town. >> that was serious. these are the funnies.
news alert. two-time presidential candidate john edwards has showed up at federal court in raleigh, north carolina, just moments ago. here is the first video of his arrival there. a grand jury indicted him earlier today with swo listing and covering up the secret spending of more than $925,000 to hide his mistress and their baby during the peak of his 2008 campaign for the white house. so we will keep monitoring that. also, we are live at the courthouse, i should say with what's ahead for john edwards. there is this as well. this is the president obama has taken to the podium there in toledo, ohio. he is on the stage to defend his economic policies. during his speech we will be listening in and we'll bring you all the highlights from what he is saying. as soon as he stops thanking everyone and saying hello to everyone. he is traveling there to take credit for what he calls saving the auto industry but much of the attention will be on what he says about the new unemployment numbers. and alan colmes, host of the alan colmes show is here to talk about this and more. hi, alan. >> how a
? >>> john edwards indicted over plans to keep his affair and love child secret. >>> suicide doctor dies this morning. >>> and two spectacular finishes you've just got to see. good morning. i'm chris jansing and the numbers are worse than expected. 54,000 jobs were created last month. the experts were expecting close to 160,000. the rate up to 9.1%. richard lui has been looking into how the numbers shake out. >> good morning. not good news. a tale of two fronts. private industry added jobs less than half of estimates. they added 83,000. thought it would be twice that. the black eye government jobs losing 29,000 as jobs fade away and local education jobs get cut. some sectors, the winners are health care and professional services. losers, leisure, hospitality. the after effects possibly because of higher gas prices. white unemployment stayed the same at 8%. blacks and hispanics went up while asiaens saw the greatest increase to 7%. finally, there was a 1% difference on gender. women looking better off as the man's session lingers. both saw a 0.1% rise. should we get used to these higher j
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>>> on the broadcast tonight, criminal charges for john edwards. f senator, presidential candidate, tonight facing jail time and huge fines stemming from a sex scandal. >>> hitting home. americans are feeling it every day, and new evidence on the economy stalling out. >>> dr. death, that was his nickname. jack kevorkian is dead. the effect he had on dying in this country. >>> also in the news, the stories this week you would notice if you were looking so closely. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it turns out his real name is johnny reed edwards, but we know him as john edwards, united states senator, vice presidential nominee of the democratic party, two-time presidential candidate. no one ever dreamed he would be the edwards in a case called "the united states versus edwards." it's been a spectacular fall for a public man. tonight, john edwards, johnny reed edwards of north carolina, is an accused felon under federal indictment on a charge of trying to use campaign money to hide his relationship with another woman. his wife elizabeth is now dead with breast cancer. edw
>>> campaign cover-up? the federal investigation of john edwards may reach a tipping point today. >>> job jitters. today's unemployment report expected to confirm the economy is slowing down again. >>> and a super strain. u.s. food officials tighten inspections as a deadly e. coli outbreak in europe gets worse. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, june 3rd. captioning funded by cbs g news" fforr for friday >>> good morning, everyone. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> there are indications the investigation into whether john edwards misused campaign money to end today with an indictment or plea deal. joel brown is in washington with details. joel, good morning to you. >> reporter: terrell, good morning. his infidelity ended his political career, broke up his family and drove him into hiding, but for john edwards, it's about to get much worse. the associated press reports criminal charges are expected today. since 2008 a federal grand jury has been investigating whether edwards misused up to a million dollars in presidential campaign contributions to cover up his lon
saying that if john edwards wants to follow the same path of retention the clarence darrow did, he should go back to the court room and find the kind of clients that clarence darrow did and fight for the causes. fight for the cause. tavis: that is great advice. i cannot get inside john edwards's had. i found it interesting that rather than plea-bargain, he is going to trial. and the word is because he does not want to lose his right to practice law, he may very well be thinking and writing his book about his own redemption that way. >> would it be great if you went back and wins this case and devotes the rest of his life and those of men's skills he has in the courtroom towards people who stopped? with defense attorneys to win big is their get turned by the money and fame. maybe clarence darrow was lucky he had that great fall. otherwise he would have turned out the same way. tavis: what is it about him as a lawyer that made him such -- what made him such a darling of hollywood and screenwriters? very apt question. he was an actor in the courtroom. he would do things like, he would start
. bond was denied back then but with time passing petersen wants out. it john edwards wants to try to be president now try to stay out of jail indicted for knowingly accepting and spending campaign money to hide his mistress and their child before the auction. john edwards pled not guilty in federal court in winston-salem north carolina his home state released without putting up bond but did have to surrender his passport because of the six counts against them. >> i take full responsibility for having done wrong i will regret for the rest of my life, the paint and the harm that i have caused and the dawn, but i did not break the law and i'd never ever thought i was breaking the law. >> but the indictment alleges it john edwards spent nearly $1 billion for his mistress rielle hunter and the baby, prosecutors claim most of the money came from 100 year old rachel mellon the heiress to pharmaceutical and banking fortunes, money also came from wealthy texas lawyer fred baron who served as john edwards campaign finance chairman. >> more bad economic news today but unemployment rate in
>> rose: wilt come to our prprogram, we begin this evening with the indictment of john edwards, former senanar r north cararinin ananprprident alclcatat with mark halperin, pete williams can and jeff toobin. >> there's no question that i've done ong and i take full responsibility for having done wrong. and i will regret for the rest of my life the pain and the harm that i have caused to others. but i did not break the law. and i never, ever thought i was breaking the law. thank you all very much. >> there has never been as far as i'm aware a criminal prosecution based on violatinthe federal campaign law in thisay. and these payments, at least do not on the surface look like traditional campaign contributions. i mean it may be that they were campaign contributions. but they didn't go through the campaign. the campaign didn't know about them. and i think there is a possibility that you could argue to a judge, to throw out the case or to the jury to acquittal and say look, this was bad behavior by john edwards. but whatever else it was t wasn't a violation of the campaign-finance
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